Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Test for photo

Test for photo


7 comments:

Gayle said...

It looks like the test worked. Interesting choice of photo...

John J said...

What Gayle said.....but only once ;-)

gimmer said...

testing what - the camera or the space capsule launch module control system monitor motherboard ?
and how do you judge the outcome ?
good or 'trying' (as in 'very') ?

Sir Hugh said...

All - I didn't expect any comments on this. I was only testing the Blogger app using my iPad because I read somewhere that the Blogger app will not be supported by future versions of IOS. The choice of photo was a random pin-stick. I had taken it prior to moving the TV because it is hooked up to a video player, external speakers, the Internet and God knows what else and I wanted to be able to put it all back together again afterwards.

gimmer said...

just shows you need to be very careful what you (wish for) post on-line - you might reveal State Secrets !

Sir Hugh said...

gimmer - Less likely on a blog than ill considered, knee jerk comments on Facebook and of coyrse TWITTER, and nasty text messages amongst school kids.

Roderick Robinson said...

The test being: what might your commenters come up with? For me it is quite clear the solitary cable is plugged into the wrong socket. But you will say (driven by the obviousity of the visual evidence) there are no alternatives. Conveniently forgetting the Holmesian apophthegm: when all the obvious answers have been examined and discarded whatever remains - however unlikely - is that which should be pursued.

So what does remain? Plug and socket may mate, but should they be allowed to? What would be the consequences of intervening in their mechanical copulation? Pursuing the reproductional metaphor still further we may say that if they are kept apart there will be no fructification. Conceivably - and here I make a giant step on behalf of all mankind - you may denied the diversions of your television screen.

And thus out of what seemed like a form of status quo that should always remain status quo we have a view of Elysian fields. Elementary, my dear Sir Hugh.